1. A Minor Trade: Mets Acquire Emil Brown

    The Mets made a minor trade to try and bolster their depth as they acquired Padres outfielder Emil Brown for a player to be named later...

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  2. Fernando Martinez Being Benched a Coincidence?

    Jerry Manuel has made it abundantly clear that Fernando Martinez was punished enough for the big mistake that he made during Wednesday’s game against the Nationals...

    Michael Ganci Written by Michael Ganci about over 5 years ago 312 reads 1 comments

  3. Is Sheffield Going To Pass the Torch?

    Tuesday night’s game was exciting for a variety of reasons. First of all, Omar Minaya made me look like a genius by putting Reyes and Church on the DL, but I was a little bit off base with the possible demotion of Ramon Martinez...

    Michael Ganci Written by Michael Ganci about over 5 years ago 79 reads 0 comments

  4. Say Your Prayers: Carlos Beltran Could Be the Final Straw

    Carlos Beltran is scheduled to undergo an MRI today on his troublesome knee, and if he goes down for any extended period of time, it may as well be time for the Mets to throw in the towel to the injury gods of baseball...

    Michael Ganci Written by Michael Ganci about over 5 years ago 300 reads 4 comments

  5. All-New York Mets Team of the Modern Era

    When I think of the Modern Era, I think of 1990 to the present. There have been hundreds of players that have worn the orange and blue. In this article, I will share the best from each position based on the stats and what they meant to the team...

    Michael Ganci Written by Michael Ganci about over 5 years ago 209 reads 6 comments

  6. Francisco Rodriguez Is Latest in Long Line of Ailing Mets

    Add Francisco Rodriguez to the list of decommissioned Mets—however temporarily. The closer left Saturday night’s game against the Red Sox at Fenway Park with back spasms...

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  7. Another Mets' Option: What About Damion Easley?

    The Mets are not a healthy group right now. The team struggles to keep a group of nine guys together for more than a couple of days, as the list of injured players continues to grow...

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  8. Mark DeRosa Targeted By Mets for Possible Trade

    It looks like the Mets are finally taking their problems seriously. According to an AOL FanHouse report, the Mets have contacted the Indians about Mark DeRosa, who is capable of playing pretty much any position on the field...

    Michael Ganci Written by Michael Ganci about over 5 years ago 1,043 reads 4 comments

  9. Breaking News: Scott Schoeneweis' Wife Found Dead

    In the baseball world, we like to get out of hand with debates about the games and the players, and sometimes we definitely go a bit too far...

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  10. The Most Underappreciated Met

    BY MICHAEL GANCI EDITOR The Mets have a lot of guys who seem to fly under the radar as players that people underestimate. Some examples of this are Alex Cora, Omir Santos, and Ryan Church...

    Michael Ganci Written by Michael Ganci about over 5 years ago 105 reads 5 comments

  11. Nick Johnson: Worth the Investment?

    With the injury to Carlos Delgado, there has been talk about what the Mets should do to compensate for his absence. They have already tried Tatis and Reed, but neither one of them is a genuine first basemen...

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  12. Church's Brain Lapse Keeps Mets in Limbo

    Just when I thought I had seen it all. The Mets have been living on the dangerous side of things all night, with three errors and a couple of bad judgment plays...

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  13. Mets Short Handed; Lose Series Finale

    The Mets lost to the Giants Tuesday night on national television by the score of 2-0, and they suffered another problem on the injury front...

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  14. The Jets' Fav Five: The Players Capable of Putting New York Over the Top

    There's a new boss in town in New Jersey, and Jets' fans are tired of watching Gang Green continue to give them false hope and then crush their dreams...

    Michael Ganci Written by Michael Ganci about over 5 years ago 468 reads 2 comments

  15. The Case Against Jason Kidd: A Potential Disaster

    When you look at the roster at the New York Knicks, there aren't many guys who have the talent that Jason Kidd does. He can score, pass, and handle a basketball team, but he is not the kind of guy that the Knicks should be looking for...

    Michael Ganci Written by Michael Ganci about over 5 years ago 342 reads 2 comments

  16. Delgado Debacle Could Mean F-Mart Is Imminent

    Carlos Delgado’s injured hip doesn’t seem to be getting better, and at some point this weekend, the Mets will be deciding whether or not to put the lefty slugger on the Disabled List...

    Michael Ganci Written by Michael Ganci about over 5 years ago 386 reads 0 comments

  17. Time To Get Going: Mets Lose Two of Three

    After spending a couple of days dealing with finals and anxiety from other matters, I have decided to get my priorities back in order, and here I am to discuss the three game series ...

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  18. Swept Away: Mets Pummel Pirates for Seventh Straight

    The Mets defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates by the score of 8-4 at Citifield today, and they completed their three game obliteration of the Pirates, outscoring the feeble opponents by a 25-8 margin...

    Michael Ganci Written by Michael Ganci about over 5 years ago 79 reads 2 comments

  19. Winning Cures Life's Problems

    Watching the Mets the last few days has been nothing short of excellent. They have been firing on all cylinders, and with today’s win, they now have taken six straight and they stand alone in first place in the NL East...

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  20. New York Mets: An Early Evaluation

    Going into their game against the Pittsburgh Pirates today, the Mets have won five straight, and spirits are high for the fan nation in Queens...

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  21. Niese and Easy: Jonathon Gets His Chance

    Tonight, Jonathon Niese gets the chance that he has been longing for ever since he was sent down to Triple A in the spring...

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  22. The Jose Reyes Chronicles: Extremely Off Balance

    It is quite apparent that Jose Reyes is in quite the slump at the moment. We have watched his average dip down beneath .260, and Reyes is clearly frustrated at the plate...

    Michael Ganci Written by Michael Ganci about over 5 years ago 126 reads 4 comments

  23. Mets Win Again: John Candy Would Be Proud

    For those of you who are asking yourselves who John Candy is…shame on you. He was the star of many movies, and he was one funny individual...

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  24. Bobby Parnell: New York Mets' Diamond in the Rough

    While there have been several dark clouds over the New York Mets’ season here in the early going, there have also been some bright spots that people are choosing to ignore...

    Michael Ganci Written by Michael Ganci about over 5 years ago 185 reads 1 comments

  25. Oliver Perez and the Ever-So Convenient “Injury”

    In recent days, people have been talking about what the right move for Oliver Perez would be. Some of the options that have been discussed are a demotion to Triple A, putting him in the bullpen ...

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